bestiaMember Since 31 Mar 2014
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- Age 41 years old
- Birthday November 30, 1977
San Antonio- Piedras Negras
scrap metal, recycling, Grupo Chaco
fishing, cooking, edible plants, mountain biking, hog hunting with dogs.
I grew up in Torreón, Coahuila Mexico. I was a student for a few years in the USA during middle and high school to learn better English. I also attended the University of Texas in San Antonio for 2 years. Today I go back and forth from Piedras Negras where I have my business, to my house in San Antonio. In between I try to do as much fishing and gardening as I can.
Favorite Hot Pepper
Favorite Hot Sauce
grilled tomato & hot peppers with raw onion lime cilantro
EVERYTHING from sushi to tripa tacos
Favorite BBQ Food
grilled meat and veggies "carne asada" style
Favorite BBQ Sauce
chimichurri and grilled tomatillos w/ grilled peppers, chopped not blended
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
Share a Recipe
Roast 10 tomatillos in broiler, grill or stove top, half of a red bell pepper and 2 cloves of garlic until skin is blackened and tomatillos are soft to touch. Reconstitute a handful of dried catarina chiles in simmering chicken stock. Strain catarinas and blend all ingredients in blender. Season with salt and a pinch of Knorr Suiza(Mexican favorite) chicken stock powder.
Trinidad super hot varieties (1st time growing hotter than habaneros), native Mexican piquin (grows wild).
Seeds Available For Trade
I have catarina seeds and pods from the markets of central and southern Mexico, since I haven't found them in northern Mexico and they are my favorite dried chile.
none in particular, anything hot that tastes good or very different.